The Best of 2013 at Accepted.com!
5 Things Y'all Wanted to Learn More About in 2013:
1. Addressing MBA Application Weaknesses. Let's face it. Nobody is perfect.
3. Writing about Goals in a Grad School Statement of Purpose. The opportunity to prove that you know what graduate school is all about.
4. All Things Related to MBA Interviews. Making a good impression on paper is only half the battle.
Everyone Loves a Sample Essay. 🙂 Here Are the Favorites:
MBA: The Goals Essay It is critical in the goals essay found in almost every MBA application to show that you have clear direction and purpose based on experience and planning. Business school is not another opportunity to "find yourself."
Med: The Story This essay is one of our favorites. The applicant tells a story and weaves a lot of information about his background and interests into it. Note how the lead grabs attention and the conclusion ties everything together.
Grad: Public Health Essay "My days in the physical therapy department often made me think about the prevention of injuries as well as the injuries themselves."
Law: Returning to School Note how this applicant successfully explains his career change and highlights his professional achievements.
College: While the World Sleeps "When I wake up to the ear-splitting sound of my alarm clock, and blindly search for the snooze button, a sudden thought dawns: "What am I doing?""
8 Blog Posts Our Readers Loved Last Year:
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